Health Equity

*CE(G03): Supporting Rural Trans Youth in Primary Care


Description
Transgender and gender non-conforming teens face numerous barriers to healthcare even in large suburban areas. These barriers only increase for teens in rural settings. Today we are going to talk about the development and implementation of gender care in a rural pediatric primary care setting. Our team works together to support adolescents who are transgender, gender non-conforming, and/or questioning their gender identities. With our interdisciplinary team of medical providers, behavioral health consultants, social workers, nurses, and medical assistants we have created a pathway that supports patients in many aspects of gender-based care from coming out, to social and medical transitions all while in the primary care setting.

Author(s): Amelia McClelland, Peter Asante Keywords: Adolescents|Primary Care Behavioral Heal... Continuing Education: 1.0 Objective 1:: Understand the process of developing a n... Objective 2:: Describe potential barriers to implement... Objective 3:: Describe gender supportive practices to ... Level of Evidence: Yellow

Content
  • G03 Resources for continued education for working with gender diverse p[...].pdf
  • G03_McClelland_Video
  • G03_McClelland_PPT.pdf
  • G03_McClelland_Chat File.pdf
  • Questions for Enduring Content.pdf
  • CONTINUING EDUCATION PROCESS
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed